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William Henry Middle School

Dover, DE
  • Public
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  • Grades 5-6
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  • Enrollment: 925


William Henry Middle School
65 Carver Road
Dover, DE 19904
(302) 672-1622
William Henry Middle School is located in Dover, DE and serves grades 5-6.It received a GreatSchool rating of 2 out of 10
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Student Diversity



Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander
Native American
Two or more races

Reviews10 Reviews

Horrible would never suggest anyone send there kids to this school.
The children can be disruptive but kids learn first at home- home environment is the key, teachers are there to teach, I feel for teachers putting up with undisciplined children our babies need direction and it starts at home, we can't totally blame the school, yes there are some not so good teachers but if a childs home environment has love and discipline that child can accomplish so much, parents step up and be the parents God called us to be give a child love, compassion and direction so they can be the best they can be, it's not easy being a parent but it can be rewarding and teachers be patient and remember why you chose a degree in teaching our young minds they are truly the future, Don't forget the Teachers Creed and parents Look up the Parents Creed...God Bless the Children the Parents and Those Awesome teachers who spend 8 hours plus a day, 180 days of the year being teachers in school and out, thank you for your love of teaching it's truly a gift from from the Creator(God) Bless and protect our children and teachers Lord
This school does not provide an environment for learning. Many disruptions and fights in the classroom. My son just started attending this school and the complaints are coming in daily: fighting, disruptions, disorganization, building is in disrepair (bathroom sinks and toilets do not work) and classrooms are understaffed.
The communication from the school is horrible. I have had scheduled meetings where the staff that was scheduled did not show up. Incidents have not been reported to me as a parent. My child was attacked at the bus stop before school and I did not find out about it until my child called me walking home from the bus stop after school. The other child admitted to the attack, and according to the dean of discipline gave the same account. She then rode the same bus home with my child. I was told that the incident was handled as dictated by school policy. What is the punishment for this?
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